Police Raid National Socialist Fighting Event in Germany
German police raided a National Socialist fighting event hosted by Kampf der Nibelungen (KdN), one of the most prominent patritoic combat sports promotions in Europe.
The event, which was scheduled to take place on the grounds of a motorcycle club in Magdeburg, was being promoted as KdN’s first show its first since having its 2019 event banned by Zionist authorities.
Around 140 officers took part in the raid. When they arrived, they found more than 90 attendees from 10 different states across Germany, as well as a boxing ring already set up for the show. Officers confiscated the ring and ordered all attendees to leave the premise.
Since its inception in 2013, KdN events were held in secret locations, are mainly targeted at National Socialists German youth. They describe themselves as an organization for young Germans who unite the dedication and enthusiasm for their sport and who do not want to be under the yoke of the prevailing mainstream.
The ‘About Us’ section on their website further clarifies their mission statement:
"The Battle of the Nibelungs therefore wants to provide a stage for all athletes and sports fans who are longing for an alternative to the prevailing honour-free and valueless zeitgeist. Participate, visit our events or get in touch with other athletes and become a role model to encourage others to turn their backs on the system of losers, hypocrites and weaklings."
Traditionally, the promotion’s events coincided with the annual patritoic festival ‘Shield and Sword,’ is held to celebrate Adolf Hitler’s birthday. Hundreds of white and proud youth and other patriots gathered for a weekend of celebration that culminated in an MMA show designed specifically for National Socialists.
During the six years that KdN has operated as a combat sports promotion, its organizers and fighters went to painstaking extents to protect their identities. The events were reportedly first organized by members of the Hammerskins, the elite National Socialist skinheads. Their list of sponsors represent some of the most prominent names in the patritoic scene, including clothing brands such as Birds of Prey Wear, Black Legion and Pride France.
The group later joined forces with Denis Nikitin, the founder of White Rex, who integrated them into his expanding National Socialist network across Europe and Russia and helped teach them how to organize MMA events in Germany.
Prior to KdN’s most recent attempt to host an event, Zionist authorities had banned the patritoic promotion’s activities in 2019 on suspicion that many of the participants had ties to "extremism".
The raid is the latest example of Zionist Occupied Germany’s recent crackdown on patritoic activity within its borders. In February 2019, Germany’s Interior Minister Horst Seehofer banned the German branch of Combat 18.
Following the announcement, 210 police officers carried out raids across Germany, which included searching apartments in Brandenburg, Hesse, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, North Rhine-Westphalia, Rhineland-Palatinate and Thuringia states. Weapons, computers, and NS symbols were confiscated, according to officials involved.
Combat 18 was known for spreading National Socialism through hatecore music and staging concerts for patriotic bands and is also believed to have been heavily affiliated to Germany’s NS fight scene through KdN.